The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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Auxiliary At Wesley Holds Annual Party Wesley - American Legion Auxiliary held their annual Christmas party Wednesday evening, _ A P ot , ll 'ck lunch was served at 7:30 followed by a short business meeting. Clara Haupttnan, presi- ll ™t. H'la Ricke, Helen Johnson and Edna Flom gave a report on the County American Legion Auxiliary meeting they attended at Burt Nov. 13. Mrs Hauptman showed a bracelet she received from the county president for being the first unit of the county to reach and exceed the quota of members for next year The group voted to give $2 to the retarded children's fund in AJgona and $25 to the library fund. They had sent gifts valued at $7.18 and $1 to the gift shop at the Veteran's hospital, Des Moines. After the meeting, 500 was play- ed. Joan Gratidgehett won high score prize, Agnes Stevens, low score prize and Pauline Pfeffef. travel prize. Rita Youngwirth and Eileen Johnson were on the entertainment committee and Myrtle Lease, Lorraine Goeti and Marjorie Goetz were on the kitchen committee. A SO cent gift exchange was held and gifts were brought for the patients at Woodward. New members will be initiated and honored at the Jan. 2 meeting, Christmas Programs A Christmas program will be presented to the public at the Corwilh school auditorium Wednesday evening, Dec. 12, and at the Wesley public school Tuesday evening, Dec. 18. Both programs will start at 7:30. On December 19 the Corwith Wesley high school student council will sponsor their annual Christmas party. The party will begin at 7:30 and will be high-lighted by a special program presented by the "Flames", a combo of professional musicians, from 8:30 to 10 p.m. Lunch and gift exchange will bring the party to a close at 10:30. Christmas vacation will begin at 2:30 Friday, Dec. 21. Classes will resume Thursday morning, Jan. 3, 1963. Al Mntz Funeral Out of town relatives who attended the funeral of Robert Matz, 36, Dec. 3, included Mr and Mrs Vincent Matz and children of Waukon, Rose Marie and Charlotte Matz of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Julius Kelch of Worthington, Minn., Mr and Mrs John Galema of Round Lake, Minn., Mrs Sarah Lallier of Algona, Mr and Mrs Curtis Anderson, Mr and Mrs Charles Kelch and Mrs Shirley Rohr, Clarion; Alfred Kelch of Onawa; Melvin Perkins and David Craig of Bloomington, 111., Mr and Mrs Leo Kelch of Juneau, Wis., Mr and Mrs Virgil Matz, Mason City; Oscar Schweppe and Art and Mrs Irene Salzberg of Williams; Mr and Mrs Henry Matz, Britt; Mr and Mrs Bud Decker, Clear Lake; Mrs Isabella Hiklrnan and Ruth Mary and Mr and Mrs Don Hildman of Plymouth; Mr and Mrs Jule Wingert, Myer, la., Mr and Mrs Lou Wingert, Buffalo Center, and Father Gerald Wingert, Rolfe. Attend Rites Out of town relatives who at»'"!»^^^ tended the funeral of Mrs Ruth (Ed) Kunz of Madison. Wis., Dec. 3 were Mr and Mrs George Schmid, Piegelsville, Perm.. Ficle- lis Kunz, Washington, D. C. Mr and Mrs Edward Ktmi>, Madison, Wis., Mrs Ruth Voss and son J., Madison, Wis., Mr and Mrs John Kunz, Madison; Joe Kunz, Madison; also Esther Burke, Rochester, Minn.; Mrs Agnes Corey, Arthur Corey, Mrs Ann Kunz, Wm. Kunz, Jerry Kunz, all of Des Moines; Gordon Kunz, Waterloo; Lewine Kunz, Knoxville; Mrs Marie Kunz and Joe Lynch, Algona; Mr and Mrs Bud Gopelrud and Mrs Clo Hutchinson. Mason City; Mr and Mrs Frank Mnterti, Britt; Mrs June Corpy Mawdsley, Algona. Sister de' Sales and Sister Lae- litia, the 2 retired nuns that live at St. Joseph's convent left Friday morning for Milwaukee, W i s. where they will spend several weeks at the mother house. Homebuilders group of the Evangelical Free church had a smorgasbord dinner in the church parlors Wednesday Dec. 5. Rev. John Engles was guest speaker. Tracy and Dewey Hutchinson, who farmed northwest of Wesley until they moved to their present home In Rockwell were called bark to this area by (ho death of their sister, Mrs Nora Hagen of Algona. Will and Harold Martinek went to New Hampton Dec. 6 to attend the funeral of the former's aunt, Mrs Josie Kostka, 80, who died Dec. 4 at the home of a daughter. 4 at the home of a daughter. Mr and Mrs Stanley Simpson, Mr and Mrs Frank Hauptly. Mr and Mrs Anton Pearson and Mrs Chloie Simpson of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber of Algona were Dec. 2 guests of the Art Larson family of Buffalo Center. The women of the Neighborhood Tuesday, D«embef 11, 1962 Algona (In.) Upper 0«* Mbfn««-3 Birthday club will entertain thoir husbands at a Christmas party in the A. N. Richtstneier home Doc 16. A pot hick lunch will bo sorv- ed at 6:30 p.m. Mr and Mrs Wendell Srhultzpr moved recently to the Bon F.den farm north of Wesley. Wendell Schultzcr and Mary Foloy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Foley of Corwith, wore married Nov. 17 with Fathor O'Toolo of Corwilh officiating. The Pniirie Neighbors will hold their annual Christmas party at the Fred Kasmussen farm homo "** Doc. 13. Secret Sisters will be rovealod in the gift exchange. Guosts in (ho Rvorolt Ackerson home Dor. i wore Mr and Mrs Julius Kelch of Worthington, Minn , Mr and Mrs John Galoma of Hound Lake, Minn., Mr and Mrs Bill Sludor and Robbie of Algona, Mr and Mrs (Jaylo Studer and Mrs Viola Sludor. Curnl Robinson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Karl Robinson, was hon- orod nl a birthday party at her parental Karl Robinson home Doc. 4. Eleven pro-school youngsters holpod hor colobruto hor 5th birth- «^«^^^«^t^««W«TO^»**N*H*M*^ EASTERN STAR From $16.95 MEN'S RINGS From $7.00 PEARL RINGS From $9.95 DIAMOND SETS From $25.95 ew 110 East State for her Any of these charming gift selections will let the lucky lady who receives it this Christmas know that you care! SHOP FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS THIS WEEK From $19.95 DIAMOND DINNER RING Purse Presents She'll Cling To Metallic gold or silver bags; clutch or chain handle styles. Stretch Gloves: A Fitting Gift Jewelry Makes A Sparkling Gift Scarves Wrap Up Gift Problems Satin stretch gloves from long to 1 button shorty; many shades. The lady on your list will love a scarf from our delightful array. Group with fluted gold beads, colored pearl and Innod crystal. From $39.95 KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS Sheer Hosiery Knee-High Stretch Socks Perfect practicality make this robe an accolade-winning gift. It's sure to please. In newest shades — Gift Boxed. What she always wants, always needs. Popular 4 practical. Real cold weather insurance. Gay & toasty warm. For her Holiday glamour. We've a host of these fashions. From $16.95 A WELCOME GIFT Proportion-Fitted Slip A Little Sweater For Big Events PRETTY PERSONALS She'll be delighted indeed with this shimmering gift choice. Wonderful buys in a large group of exquisite slips. Beautifully Gift Wrapped. Lovely is the word fur this goun Styled tu charm the receiver j m tr<£'\< l £J\/i(YVl&f SHEAKLEYS "We Specialize In Quality Fashions" ^^^^WtMi^^^^^JMiftBftai^WIMtteitlMM Great Gift Specials For Both Men and Ladies A truly elegant selection of fine rings for wear on all occasions. Make That Special Gift a J\l)ljCj is one of the nicest gifts you cqn give her. Not only will it do wonders for old diamonds — but she'll have all the pleasure of a new ring without the chief cost (that of the center stone). Plan now— as fine workmanship should not be hurried WE ARE HAPPY TO SUBMIT DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FOR UNUSUAL PIECES ALGONA'S LEADING JEWELERS WILTGEN JEWELERS Algona, Iowa CY 4.3789

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